The 11th film in the Rathbone/Bruce Sherlock Holmes series, "The Woman In Green" explores Professor Moriarty's plan to blackmail wealthy gentlemen, making them think they murdered the young female victims of a Jack The Ripper style serial killer.
This is a slightly better print than the others already available on the Internet Archive.
Copyright Status: PUBLIC DOMAIN
Registered for copyright LP13455 25 July 1945:
THE WOMAN IN GREEN. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., 1945. 7 reels, sd. Based on the "Sherlock Holmes" characters created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Credits: Director, Roy William Neill; original screenplay, Bertram Millhauser; music director, Mark Levant; film editor, Edward Curtiss.
Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 27Jul45; LP13455.
Woman in Green: Around 58:00 the beautiful Lydia (Hillary Brooke) gives Holmes “Cannabis Japonica, an oriental soporific -- quite harmless” to help him relax.
Basil Rathbone as Sherlock Holmes
Nigel Bruce as Doctor Watson
Hillary Brooke as Lydia Marlowe
Henry Daniell as Professor Moriarty
Paul Cavanagh as Sir George Fenwick
Matthew Boulton as Inspector Tobias Gregson
Eve Amber as Maude Fenwick
Frederick Worlock as Doctor Onslow
Tom Bryson as Corporal Williams
Sally Shepherd as Crandon, Marlowe's maid
Mary Gordon as Mrs. Hudson
Produced by Roy William Neill
Written by Bertram Millhauser
Based on characters created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Music by Mark Levant
Cinematography Virgil Miller
Editing by Edward Curtiss
Distributed by Universal Studios